Sangram Kadam and co-author Maciej H. Kotowski examine a dynamic, two‐sided, one‐to‐one matching market where agents on both sides interact over a period of...
Dr. Sangram Kadam specializes in antitrust economics, damage analysis, microeconomics and economics of two-sided markets and platforms. Dr. Kadam’s research in peer-reviewed economics journals and speaking engagements have focused on the economic theory driving two-sided matching markets. He is also an expert on analysis of horizontal and vertical mergers and their impacts on prices and market competition.
Dr. Kadam has worked in mergers and litigations related to a variety of industries ranging from sports entertainment, high-technology manufacturing, industrial goods, private label consumer goods, and software. Prior to working in economic consulting, he completed his PhD in Economics from Harvard University. Prior to that, he received his masters and undergraduate degrees from the London School of Economics and the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He is a native Marathi and Hindi speaker.
Dr. Kadam’s academic research has been published in International Economic Review and Games and Economic Behavior. Dr Kadam has presented his research at Delhi School of Economics, Harvard University, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, Lancaster University, McGill University, Stony Brook University, and University of São Paulo. He has refereed for journals such as Theoretical Economics, International Journal of Game Theory, and Games and Economic Behavior.